High school students pay up to turn off Justin Bieber's music

Students at a high school in Washington were willing to fork up their money to not have to listen to Justin Bieber’s music any more.

As part of a fundraiser, Tenino High School broadcast Bieber’s hit “Baby” constantly between classes and during lunch, according to Q13Fox.com. Student government president Connor Stakelin explained that the song was set to be played on repeat until the school met a $500 fundraising goal.

Students quickly chipped in cash to turn off the Bieber tune, and the school raised $1,200 by the end of the day Tuesday, turning off the music.

The money raised went to help send food to Africa.

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